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Appel Farm’s Journey Jamboree uses arts-based learning to explore social issues

Elmer, New Jersey–Appel Farm Arts and Music Campus welcomes girls grade 4-8 for a fun-filled weekend at Journey Jamboree March 15-17, 2019. CNB good news
Journey Jamboree is a 2-night camp experience designed to teach girls about science, the environment and social issues through workshops in the visual and performing arts. These workshops use the arts as a tool to learn, build relationships and engage with complex topics.
Juniors and Cadette Girl Scouts are encouraged to join us with their whole troop! Girls have the opportunity to build relationships with other girls from around the tri-state region through collaborative, community building activities. Journey Jamboree creates a supportive and safe environment that fosters community, personal growth and critical thinking as scouts explore their Journey topics. 
“These weekends are packed with fun activities to help the girls learn and grow. From classes to campfires, Jounrey Jam is packed with fun activities to help the girls learn, grow and build community,” said Arts Program Director, Tracy Power.
The curriculum helps Girl Scouts earn their Girl Scout Achievement Journey awards. Participating Girl Scout troops will return home to complete a “Take Action” project in their own community.
Journey Jamboree costs $150 per girl, and $70 per chaperone. All inclusive price includes accommodations, delicious and healthy meals and snacks, workshop supplies, and badges. 
To learn more and register for Journey Jamboree, visit  Contact Tracy Power with any questions at [email protected] or 856-358-2472 ext. 121.